Friday, 23 September 2011

Butterfield Vs. Burt - an Opinion (Listen if you wanna, PLP)

Bloggers & readers:

It is simple to me - - There was some form of problem with either a spoiled ballot or an ineligible voter.  The branch needs to sort it out and award the win to the candidate who will best represent their interests - - whomever they may be.

However, I do find it interesting that there would be some "problem" in this branch with Min Butterfield going up against the young Senator Burt.  This is an example of the "old" guard not realizing that if the PLP is going to be successful in the next general election, THEY MUST DEMONSTRATE THAT THEY ARE WILLING TO CHANGE AND PROVIDE FRESH IDEAS AND FACES.

But it may be too late now - - - Rabain was a good start, but they have really put themselves in a hole with Rolfe (you are a fool if you think otherwise - he is a liability to the government - period).

And as a young black voter (the same vote that is critical to the success of either party in the next election), my comments above should really be a concern for the PLP going forward.  Heed my warnings - - we are tired of your "excess", your "waste", and your "disrespect".  We will either vote for the OBA or not vote at all - - I will leave you to decide which . . . but don't complain when it is all over.

Yng Black Mind (those who know understand)

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Make Your Voice Heard

My Fellow Bermudians:

I beseech you all - - engage the political process and make your voice heard.  If you wish for the OBA to secure the seat now made vacant by John Barritt, vote in the by-election.  If you wish to have a PLP, UBP or independent candidate to take the seat, vote in the by-election.

Do not just do the "Bermudian" thing - which is to sit, complain, and do nothing on the day, and when it is all over, complain louder on talk shows and blogs.

A general election is coming sooner than you think - - we all need to be ready.  This is not an endorsement for either party, group or affiliation - - but to truly engage in change for our country - - we, the people, are the "true" government - - let us never forget that.

Yng Black Mind (those who know understand)

Sunday, 11 September 2011

9//11 Remembrance

On this day of remembrance, we join with our American brothers and sisters to honour the lives lost 10 years ago in the US. Their loss is felt by millions around the world and we would like to take this opportunity to offer our support, sympathies and prayers - we love you all. May our heavenly Father comfort you today and always.


Yng Black Mind (those who know understand)